Archive for May 6, 2008

Ok, so I am not good at titles. Is anybody reading this? I am taking a break from work and reading about the cyclone that hit Myanmar. The suspected death toll is up to 22,000, the rice was wiped out, there is no clean water, there are about 100,000 homeless and the military government won’t let the aid people in, this after requesting aid. By the way this is just my take on the situation after reading a news article. The reality may vary. Tonight I need to come online and clean these last few posts up. I think by now I have 100 posts.

I am at Panera and wouldn’t you know as soon as I get settled and go online Gwen sends me a text “im done” so I have to fly.

M had a mammo and now is stressed about an abnormality they found. She is making her jokes to cover, like she does. She is channeling Hawkeye from M.A.S.H.

Tigger is driving me crazy wanting to find the outback song. He tried doing a capture but I made him stop because we were watching NCIS and the show came back on. Now I have to go check my e-mail and download some free songs from Amazon.


1) What’s in Your Bottle?
During this week of May 4-10 we are celebrating National Drinking Water Week. It’s easy to take for granted the fact that we have easy access to safe water in our homes – something that more than 1 billion people in the world can’t rely on. Every day, committed professionals who work for more than 52,000 community water systems provide water to 286 million consumers throughout the country. And during this time of escalating prices of everything from milk to gasoline, we should remember that tap water is a great value. The U.S. Conference of Mayors just released a study showing that, on a cost per ounce basis, municipal water is 1,000 to 4,000 times more affordable than bottled water. So, this week, fill your own bottle with safe, affordable water from your tap. Also, learn more about your water system, including how you can help to protect your drinking water source from contamination. Visit EPA’s web site at for more information about the national drinking water program.

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